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"THE ONCE-A-WEEK " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
THE ONCE-A-WEEK REEL LIFE Published every Thursday morning by students in the Ithaca Conservatory and Affiliated _Schools KATHERINE V . BOYLES - - - Edito r ELSIE W ATERS - - - - ) MARY EVELYN MASON - - \ Associate Editors MARIE BARTON - - - Business Manager GENEVIEVE HERRICK - Associate _Business Mgr . SUBSCRIPTION RATES For thirty weeks , ( beginning September 22 nd , every week except regular School Holidays ) , $1.50 _Single _copy—five cents . Forms close Friday noon before publication . However , last _minute notices may be received as late as Monday noon . Printed by the NORTON PRINTING COMPANY , Ithaca , N . _Y . _were often without pie , an unforg ivable _slight to hungry father and children . Even the _sight of the word , Monday , brings a dismal , blue sensation . On the whole , we certainly are grateful that there can be but one a week . J . Dutcher . They re hounds for reality , these movie people , for _all you may hear to the contrary . Just listen to this story if you...
IT WORKS SOMETIMES [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
IT WORKS SOMETIMES We hear people sputtering over the highlyabused English language , and The Collegians abominable use of slang expressions and if we have a vulnerable spot that the sputtering hits , we try to withold some of our pet cusswords , and descriptive phrases . But somehow —perhaps _because psychology tells us so—once a habit is established , it s pretty hard to break away from it . And after all , why since we know slang will always be used , should we make our heads ache , by trying to eternally keep our mind on just the correct and precise word ? If youll stir the imagination a trifle with me right now _, Ill warrant youll agree th at , in the proper atmosp here and environment , slang may be in its element as well as anything . We have a small Eastside—westsider looking for salaried position—ahem—I should say _, a job as office boy . He finds one . He gets it . He tells about his . experience . Well , say , when the elevator gink did the skyrocket act up to floor twen...
"OMNE IGNOTUM " [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
OMNE IGNOTUM In lan Keith s novel Paid in Full , the author has headed one of his chapters Omne Ignotum . In it he refers to the people who are too proud or too shy to admit that they do not know . They go through conversations and often through life , knowing nothing yet wearing an intensely _knowing look . These peop le are usually the failures of life . Yes , indeed , the world is full of people whose chief joy in life is to impart information . Ail they know they will give freely and _gladly , for nothing . It is to our advantage not to disappoint them . According to Mr . Keith , _affected indifference is the curse of our nation . After all , why should we be ashamed of being enthusiastic ? When we fail in some _undertaking we pretend we dont care . And we do . We care terribly , yet we seem to think if _we don t show it , the world will never know . When we succeed , we pretend it was nothing after all . And all the time we are terribly proud and ashamed to shqy it . Human _nat...
THE MOON [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
THE MOON Dear Con Folks , In the Williams Hall notes I noticed iht they have been having company _thit t _- Edna Hansons mother was here for the _ri end , too . You surely must be proud to be iVto show your visitors such a splendid school . Down in Illion they re feeling pretty _g because they ve hired Fay Swift to supervi their music next year . Congratulatio ns , Fi ; _. We wish you luck . I looked in on a Phi Mu Alpha _conimilir talking over a dance for tonite . It was _] the other side of the world when _they _finale decided it . Ask some Phi Mu about it . Doroth y Lamb and Stanley _LansinR ha bt in Ithaca for a few days . It _surely _seeW good to see them around the Con _again . It was Knox Dunlop s wedding that I pi _ to tell you about this week . It _• _w _^ _ _ Knox and Ailene Lawrence _were married 1 little while ago . It must have been in the _^ time , for I cant seem to get any of _the _P ulars . As soon as I do Ill let you _I _ _ Sincerely , The Man In The M » °° _
MONDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
MONDAY It is universally agreed that Monday of the seven days of the week is the most dreaded . We would define it as the second day of the week directly following Sunday . Right here lies one of the most disagreeable features for the student anticipates week-ends and Monday seems to be the tomorrow of yesterday . Its study and burdens are little thought _of- on a beautiful Sunday , especially if one is enjoying congenial company . Four long days stretch out before the calendar says Saturday and then we know Sunday is bound to follow . Association enters into this dread , too , for Monday too may bring to mind a kitchen cluttered with tubs and washing machines . Monday _dinners
_ANOTHER COUNTRY HEARD FROM [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
_ANOTHER COUNTRY HEARD FROM ( A Mon . conversation at Williams Hall . ) _^ Hello _, Jane , where have you been over the _week-end ? I went home and had the best time ! Anything happened here at _Williams Hall ? ( Jni _ lots . Did you know Mother Tustin had gone home ? Gone to stay ? I No _i-he was called home by her brother s death and will be back _&lt; oon , _but we are all awfully sorry for her . That certainly is too bad . Who s been staying here to take her place ? Mrs . Babcock , and she is adorable . We all just love _her already . IVe had other guests over the week-end too . Mrs . Whitter and Mrs . Fi &lt; her were here . I ve met Mrs . Whitter and I think she is absolutely charming . • She certainly is and Mrs . Fisher is just as nice . We had more _fun when they came . Marj . was so excited , and Barbara s mother has been here . so much that about half the girls in the hall look forward _in her visits . Did you do anything exciting ? Oh , I witnessed two te...
PHI EPSILON KAPPA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
PHI EPSILON KAPPA SIDELIGHTS At last we break into print—we re slow getting started but watch our smoke ? Our champion _wrestler—Deak Sherman goes on the hill nearl y every night and practices with the varsity heavy weights . We are hoping that we don t lose him for OConnell has _recognized his ability _already . President Bartlett has been elected to represent our chapter at the National _Convention , to be held at Chicago on March 22 , 23 , and 2+ th . We hear that the brunettes and blonds will be present at the formal , but of course Bart won t be interested . The final pledging of the year took place Monday morning at assembly when the following men were officially tapped : McWilliams , Vogt , Hewson , MacDowelI , Sweeney and Myers . What do you think of our selection ? Brother Peterson spent the week-end at the house . He has charge of the Physical Education and Coaching at Horseheads and has just completed a successfu l basketball season . The race is on—who will be the first ...
"THE TORCHBEARERS" TO BE PRESENTED TO -MORROW AND SAT -URDAY [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
THE TORCHBEARERS TO BE PRESENTED TOMORROW AND SATURDAY The Torchbearers , one of George Kellcy s most noteworthy comedies , will be presented in The Little Theatre in three performances beginning tomorrow night , by The Williams School . This play _is totally different from any of the three-acts thus far presented here and has already _occasioned considerable comment . It is of the highest type of satirical comedy , and satire has had many great moments in the history of drama . One of its greatest was at the opening night of The Torchbearers at the Forty-Eighth Street Theatre , August 29 , 1922. At that first performance it is a cold , historical fact that sophisticated New Yorkers were in grave dange r of rolling off their seats in hysteria . The staging for the second act _is uni que , being the back-stage of a little theatre during the performance of an amateur production . _Needless to say , there are dozens of screamingly funny lines and situations . The cast includes Lemira S...
GLEE CLUB CONCERT [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
GLEE CLUB CONCERT The Public School Music Glee _Club , _iindn the direction of Mr . Lautner , is to _give it _; first concert to-night in Newfield . NewliiH is the center of a large farming _district _ad a very large audience is expected from this concert . Nick DiNardo is to be the soloist of i _&gt; . evening . PROGRAM I a . Sir Eglamore .......... English Folk SOD _; b . Summer Evening ...... Finnish Folk _Saog c . In These Delightfu l Groves ....... Puroll d . Aye Waukin 0 ! ......... Scotch Folk Sq e . Follow me down to Carlow . Irish Folk _Sal _; II Solos by Nick DiNardo . Ill Four Love Songs .................... _Brahi a . Was once a pretty , tiny birdie . b . In wood em bowered . c . No , there is no bearing . d . Secret nook in shady spot . IV Solos by Nick DiNardo . a . Darest thou now , 0 soul . Vaughan-Willii-b . My bonny lass ................... . _Mr _* c . Legend ...................... _Tchaikorii d . _Finale from The Gondoliers .... Sulli _ Mary Louise Evans ...
MARCH 17 DANCE for St . Patrick by STUDENT COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
MARCH 17 DANCE for St . Patrick by STUDENT COUNCIL THEY HANG TOGETHER Give me a quotation from the _Bible . Judas went out and hanged him _ _-elt . And another one ? Go thou and do likewise . —Princcton Tig nFfit _] Old Gentleman ( in public libr _ary )— you the Pickwick Papers ? New Assistant ( eager to please , but _grWj Ill find out , sir . Er—morning or _tveiM edition _?—Chicago Daily News .
TRAINING VERSUS HA _NDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
TRAINING VERSUS HA _NDICAPS Several years ago a woman came from Oaklahoma to Ithaca , bringing with her two _little girls . The woman was Mrs . Heckman and hei two little girls have grown to womanhood and have proven what combination of genius and hard work can do . Mildred , for three _years had a violin lesson every day from Mr . Egbert , He speaks of her as a remarkable student and a marvelous worker . She studied not using her fingers alone , but with her mind . At _the end of the three years she was able to play The Witches Dance by Paganini . However , it is not of Mildred that we _wish to think _especially , but of her sister , Helen . When Helen was eleven months old she became
MR . WILLIAMS HAVING GLORIOUS TOUR [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
MR . WILLIAMS HAVING GLORIOUS TOUR We don t blame Mr . Williams for not _tafaa time off to write long letters home but we di appreciate his cards last week telling of h _ successful voyage . He says they are _all irel and happy and _having a grand and glorion time . _Hia party ; has alread y touched 01 numerous points of interest in Spain and an as yet hardly begun on its long and _interesi . ing route . He _sends his love and best wi _^ _hs _; to everybody in the Con and says he wishes we could all be along , too . Well _, _so do vc but since we cant do that , we can at _leai be glad that our President is having _this op . portunity to _fulfill a life-long ambition . . \ n we wish him Bon _Voyage .
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
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SIGMA SIDELIGHTS [Newspaper Article] — Ithacan — 8 March 1928
SIGMA SIDELIGHTS On Friday nite a strange thing happened ! The Cookie Jar seemed lo have _moved from Seneca _street to 440 E . Buffalo in order to celebrate the Sigin a Formal dinner . It brought along its gingham table clothes , napkin _; _., candle-light , and even a plate of hors d venrves . ( The Cookie _Jar musn t be given credit for the hors d veurveb—they were undoubtedly ori ginal ) . Lillian Speakman and Virginia _Williams had charge of the dinner . The very fact that Lillian had anything to do with it made us suspicious and our suspicions were that the place cards were in the form of large pennies . _We learned from the verse _on the back that in order to keep these pennies for our scrap-books , we had to pay the large sum of a nickle alloy , which goes to help swell Lillians special fund , Note— ( Lillian is _still selling soap ) _. We also _discovere d new talent in the line of song and dance since each guest as commanded under the sign of the skull and cross bones , to ...